In the Media - August 2021
"As Quad security cooperation further evolves, it’s in Australia’s interests to assume a pivotal role for the #security partnership and drive an enhanced engagement program..." - Asia Society Australia Northern Australia Fellow Guy Boekenstein in Defence Connect.
"As we strike more and more gold in the Olympics, Australia's place in the race for more urgent #climateaction is being watched around the world." - Asia Society Policy Institute senior fellow and former Australian Ambassador for the Environment Patrick Suckling in The Canberra Times.
“I don’t think we’re likely to see a full-scale traditional war within the next five to 10 years. But (there's) potential for a strategic miscalculation” - Asia Society Australia's Northern Australia Fellow Guy Boekenstein on La Trobe University Asia's panel, quoted in news.com.au.
“The last thing it wants is a nuclear exchange. This is a way of stopping others from using nuclear weapons against it.” - Dr Bates Gill, Asia Society Australia scholar-in-residence and Macquarie University professor, on China's nuclear program in news.com.au.
Asia Society Australia CEO Philipp Ivanov explores the implications of ongoing cuts to Asia studies programs across Australia in The Saturday Paper.
Richard Maude of Asia Society Australia and Asia Society Policy Institute explores the latest impacts of COVID-19 on Southeast Asia with Dr Huong Le Thu on the Australian Strategic Policy Institute's The Strategist podcast Policy Guns and Money.